The God Gene

Updated: Dec 24, 2021

I recently created a new Bio Resonance program after a discussion with a friend.

We were both commenting on a feeling of being not quite in our bodies lately.

Thinking with the mind, but some loss of heart connection was noticed.

A few other friends have also noticed this in themselves.

A general but debilitating loss of the will to live/ loss of fun.

So, I did some looking into the virus design and mechanism of action.

It has been designed to specifically target the inhibition/ deletion of a gene in the DNA named VMA2 aka the ‘God Gene.’

‘The objective of this phase of the project 149AZ2 is to prepare a viral vector that will inhibit/ decrease the expression of VMAT2 within a human population.’


(more about this below)

So, what is VMAT2 and why do we need it?

VMAT2 is a protein found inside our nerve cells (neurons). (see images below)

DNA is made from proteins; proteins are made from amino acids - smaller molecular structures that are made from elements. Proteins are the building block blueprint for life sequences and are coded (given instructions) by genes which are a part of the DNA in common scientific thinking.

Bruce Lipton disagrees stating the gene does not program the cell, the environment programs the cell. He proved this repeatedly with petri dish experiments. Either way, you could consider chemicals and poisons and cellular mutations as environmental factors that affect the growth or stability of the structure and function of the DNA, the coding patterns and the proteins made.

The gene that codes VMAT2 is SLC18A2.

SLC18A2, which codes for the vesicular monoamine transporter 2 (VMAT2) protein.’



VMAT2 is located all over the human body but especially found in the central nervous system, the peripheral nervous system and parts of the brain.

It lives inside the axon which is the end of the nerve cell (neuron).

What is a neuron?

A nerve cell that sends messages in the body via neuro-transmission.

A neuron has three main parts.

Dendrites extend out from the cell body and receive messages from other nerve cells.

An axon is a long single fiber that transmits messages from the cell body (third part of the neuron) to the dendrites of other neurons or to other body tissues, such as muscles.

A sending and receiving system for information transfer.

Dendrites receive information, axons send information to the next dendrite.

You can think of it just like an electrical wiring system.

The plastic casing is acting the same the Myelin Sheath on the neuron. In humans, the myelin sheath is made from FAT/ dietary cholesterol.


The job of VMAT2 protein is to transport monoamines (a certain group of neurotransmitters including dopamine, norepinephrine, serotonin, and histamine) from the end of the nerve cell (axon) to the border by packing them into synaptic ‘vesicles’/ vehicles.

From the axon end of the nerve cell, the neurotransmitters are released into another nerve cell via the synapse (gap between neurons) on the dendrite end passing through doorways named receptors.

The process of packing the monoamines into the vesicles relies on the presence of ATP.

‘Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), energy-carrying molecule found in the cells of all living things. ATP captures chemical energy obtained from the breakdown of food molecules and releases it to fuel other cellular processes.’


VMAT2/ SLC18A2 is also responsible for mediating the vesicle for monoamine buildups, which can cause cellular toxicity if left unattended. Similar to cleaning the car after a road trip so you avoid the unfortunate discovery of a moldy orange found under the seat one month later!